HKI's coverage surveys, 2013-2016 GAC grant [November 2017]
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CountryYearReportLength of time between VAS campaign and surveyHow regions chosenHow clusters (villages or other small administrative units) chosenHow households chosenHow caretakers and children within households chosenData quality control processes?Verification questions asked?
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HKI guidelinesN/AHKI post-event coverage survey manual 2014Within six weeksChoosing which regions and populations to survey depends on the goals of the survey, available budget for the survey, and other factors (see cell note).Probability proportional to size (PPS) cluster samplingRandomRandom selection of children (if more than one eligible child in household). Random selection of caretaker (if the chosen child has more than one caretaker).Enumerators should work in pairs; team leaders should observe enumerator pairs in a rotating cycle; team leaders should check survey forms (or databases if using mobile data collection) at the end of each day for errors; double data entry and comparison to check for data entry errorsEnumerators are instructed to show capsules to caretakers when asking whether or not their child received VAS
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Nigeria2014-15HKI post-event coverage survey report Nigeria - Ekiti and Katsina states 2014Within six weeksEkiti and Katsina states had not yet been surveyed by HKIProbability proportional to size (PPS) cluster samplingRandomRandom selection of children (if more than one eligible child in household). Random selection of caretaker (if the chosen child has more than one caretaker).Data review by survey team leaders, pre-testing mobile phone data collection tools prior to the start of the survey.Not specified
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Tanzania2015HKI post-event coverage survey report Tanzania 2015Around one monthDar es Salaam chosen due to low coverage rates in previous yearProbability proportional to size (PPS) cluster samplingRandomRandom selection of childrenNot specifiedNot specified
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